University Libraries Faculty Publications

Document Type

Article

Abstract

Collection development librarians often use Web resources as they select materials, but only a few libraries have built a working Web page for this purpose. The authors suggest that a collection development Web page is a valuable asset to an academic library. The Web page can be used to communicate with university faculty and others outside the library, and can provide a single source for links to Web tools used by collection development librarians. The authors discuss sources of Web-based bibliographer’s tools and suggest useful types of information to include.

Publisher's Statement

Original publication Library Resources & Technical Services Journal, 44:1, 2000.

Publication Date

2000

Publication Title

Library Resources and Technical Services

Volume

44

Issue

1

Start Page No.

44

End Page No.

49

Publisher

American Library Association

DOI

10.5860/lrts.44n1.44

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